Joyful Movement – Let’s Pretend! with Parent Engagement for Active Child Enrichment (PEACE)
This video will engage children in a joyful ‘Let’s Pretend’ movement activity –– imagining and imitating how animals move. Children will learn to pay attention, sharpen their imagination and strengthen their language skills while having lots of fun pretending to be animals. Requiring no special equipment and just a few minutes of dedicated time, adults can pursue these fun activities with children routinely.
Making Music with the Houston Symphony and Prelude Music Foundation
The Houston Symphony and Prelude Music Foundation present an interactive session designed to give caregivers tools to make music with their children at home. Using Music Together® curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice, Prelude Music Foundation early childhood music provider and Houston Symphony Community-Embedded Musicians will lead a music-based play session that will leave you wanting to make music with your children every day. This 25-minute session is perfect for babies, toddlers, and preschool-age children and their caregivers to do together.
Nature Walk – Classifying & Enjoying Nature with SJRC Parenting & Prevention Program
Experience how fun and educational a nature walk can be with your child. Classifying and enjoying nature is easier than you think! When your child is exploring s/he is learning about creatures and plants in their little world. You child’s brain is matching words with real objects. Check out how fun and easy outdoor exploring can be together as a family.
Baby Sing-Along with University of Houston
Join the University of Houston for a Baby Sing-Along!
Lapsit Songs and Finger Play with Austin Public Library
Join the Austin Public Library for a Lapsit Songs and Finger Play.
Singalong: Bubbles in the Air with Austin Public Library
Join the Austin Public Library for a Singalong: Bubbles In the Air!
Baby and Me Music Class with Crescendo Center PLLC
Please join us for an interactive music class led by a board-certified music therapist. Parents can add some new songs to their repertoire. Little ones of all abilities are encouraged to attend!